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Angel covers the turbulent years during which Grenada both found and lost itself, from 1951, when workers revolted against the power of the white owners of the sugar and cocoa estates, to 1983 when the US invasion put an end to a bold social experiment that turned violently in on itself. At the heart of the story is Doodsie, and her fiery daughter, Angel, product of both her motherís vernacular wisdom, and a university education which exposes her to the ideas of Black Power and radical decolonisation then sweeping the Caribbean.
ISBN 13: 9781845231859 | ISBN 10: 1845231856
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